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is a 100% Merlot cuvée grown organically on clay-limestone soils. The vinification is carried out with as few inputs and interventions as possible, then the wine is aged for 23 months in oak barrels, half of which are new and the other half are 2 wines.
Né de l'Eden develops lovely notes of cherry, ripe black fruit, cigar and a hint of vanilla with velvety tannins.
Glenda and Frank Kalyk - Château Picoron in Sainte-Colombe (33)
Founded in 1570 by the Picoron family, Château Picoron has a long history of winemaking. It is now run by an Australian family, advised by Stéphane Derenoncourt.
The estate covers 4.5 hectares, all of which are converted to organic farming, and produces only one grape variety, Merlot, which is vinified into white and red wines.
The interventions are minimal, Glenda and Franck have a real vocation to leave their children a better environment, starting with their vineyard.